Whether meeting the needs of our clients through full scale exercises that involve multiple stakeholders and the public, or appearing at professional conferences to share best practices, CHHS expertise can be found around Maryland and across the globe during these events.
Fri13Apr20183:00 pm500 W. Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21201
CHHS is pleased to be hosting a panel discussion on the opioid crisis at the University of Maryland Carey Law Alumni Weekend. The panel will be on April 13, 2018 from 3:00pm-4:00pm.
Click here for free registration.
Please click on the green “Tickets” tab, choose the “Specialty Program Gatherings & Welcome Reception,” and check off “Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS)” for the program you will be attending. We look forward to seeing you there!
Tue24Apr2018Wed25Apr2018SMC Camnpus Center, Room 351 621 W. Lombard Street Baltimore, MD 21224
Join the University of Maryland Center for Health & Homeland Security for the "Maximizing Organizational Resiliency: COOP for Public Entities" course. This course is entering its 10th year of existence, having been delivered to over 2,000 participants in 32 different states and U.S. territories. The course consists of 11 modules:
- Introduction and Administration
- COOP Overview
- Essential Functions
- Human Capital Management
- Succession Management
- Vital Records and Equipment
- Alternate Facilities
- Reconstitution and Devolution
- Writing a COOP Plan
- Training, Exercise and Evaluation
As a result of completing this course, participants will obtain the knowledge and materials to develop, implement and exercise a comprehensive Continuity of Operations Program (COOP) for their agency or organization. This course also satisfies one of the curricular requirements for an individual to become a FEMA Level 1 Professional Continuity Practitioner.
There are only 35 seats available for this course. Please register by Friday, April 20 to secure your seat.
For more information, please contact:
CHHS Continuity Program Director